Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'The Cairo daily bulletin. (Cairo, Ill.) 1870-1872, October 29, 1872, Image 1',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Urbana, IL
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
OFFICE, BTJXiXjSTIXT STTXXjXJIiTa-, COB. 12TH STREBa: A. IT 3D WA.SHIIiTa-l'OliT AVIEJlTtTIEJ.
JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 18T2.
BULLETIN BUILDING WASMNGTON-AV.
Preaching, Sabbath at 10 n.tn. and 7J p.m.
Prayer mcctlnir, Wednesday at 7 p. in.
.Sabbath Hcliool, M p.m. J. M. I.ansdcn, 8u
pcrlntcntlcnt. Ukv. II. Tiiaykk, Pastor
MKTIIOW8T. Cor. Eighth and Walnut 8U
PrcachlliK, Sabbath nt 101 a-m- ""' 1 ,n
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 74 p.m.
Sabbath School, il. p.m. .. W. Stlllwcll,
Superintendent. Rkv. K. L. Thompson,
CHURCH OK THE RKl)KEMER-(Eplco.
ilonilng prayer. Sabbath 10J a.m.
Evening prayers. "J p.m.
Sabbath School, 0 a.m.
Rkv. K. Coan, Hector.
ST. PATRICK'S C1UJHCII N'lntli St. anil
Washington Avenue. . . .
Public service, Sabbath 8:10 and 10J a.m.
Vesper, 7 p.m.
Sabbath School, 2 p.m.
Sen leu every day, M a.m.
ltKV. P. .1. O'llAI.MiHAN, Prlcct.
street between Washington Avenue and
Walnut Mroet. . ...
Preaching Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Sabbath School nt !! o'clock p. m. II. C.
Ukv. Kon'T. IlKi.iua, Pastor
VOUSO MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA
TION. Regular meeting second Monday
each month at thc-lr room over Itockwcll
A Co' bookstore, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Filday, 7 p.m. at
I.. W. Stim.wki.i:, President.
FRICAN METHODIST. Fourteenth, be
Ween Walnut and Cedar,
en Ice, Sabbath, 11 a.m.
Miath School, ij p.m.
,uf- Meets at .'I p.m.
KC'ONI) FREE Wll.l, HAPTIST Fif
teenth Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Services Sabbath, 1 uud .'J p. m.
Hkv. '. Kickk, PaMor.
FREE Wll.l. HAPTIST HO.Mi: MISSION
SAHHATII SCHOOL. Conier Walnut
and Cedar Street.
Sabbath School. II a.m.
FIRST IUKK Wll.l. HAPTIST CIIUHCH
-( 'urry's llarracks
hcrvlce, Sabbath 11 a.m., II p.m. A: 74 p. tn.
Hkv. Wm. Kki.i.kv. PaMor.
FIRST MISSIONARY HAPTIST CHURCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth St.
Preaching Sabbath. 10J a.m. anil 7 p.m.
Prayer meeting. Wednesday evening.
Preaching, Friday evening.
SabbaUi .School, 1) p.m. .lohn anltaxter
and Mary Stephen-. Superintendent.
HKV. T. .1. SllnllKH, Pator.
SKCOND HAPTIST CIIUHCH Fourteenth
Street, between Cedar and Walnut. The
unlv llaptlt church recognized by the A-
Sen-Ice, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. and . p.m.
Hkv. .Iacoii Hiiadi.ky. Kldcr.
A I HO COMMANDKHY. No. l.V-Statcil
,s-embly at the Aylum Masonic Hall, lirst
and third Saturday In each month.
CAIHO COUNCIL, No.SI.-RcgularConyc,-
ration at Ma-onlc Hall, the econd triday
In each month.
CAIHO CHAPTKH No. 71. -Regular Con-
vocation at Maonlc Hall, im the third
Tuesday ot every month.
CAIHO EOlHiE. No. SIT F. & A. M.-Rcgii-
lar Communications at Masonic Hall, the
second and fourth Monday ofiach month.
ALEXANDER I.ODGB. SSi-MeeU In Odd-
Fellow' Hall, in Artr' building, every
Thurday evening at 8 o'clock.
(Jovcrnor John M. Palmer;
Lieutenant-Governor .lohn Dougherty ;
Secretary of State Kdmund Hummel;
Auditor of Statu C. K. I.lpplncott:
State Treasurer B. N. Hate ;
SupU Public Instruction-New ton Hatcnian
Senator Lyman Trumbull and John A.
Representative for the fttate-at-I.arge
Representative Thirteenth Dl-trlet .lohn
MEMHEItS GENERAL ASSEM1ILY.
Senator, Flit I)itrict T. A. B. llolcomb,
f Union, and S. K. lbon, of (iallatln.
Representative, First Dl-trlct II. Watson
.ludgc I). J. Haker, or Alexander.
rroccutlng Attorney .1. F. McCartney,
Sheriff A. H. Irvln.
Win. Martin Assessor and Treasurer.
Judge P. Ilroc
A-oclatci J. B. McCrito and S. Marchll
don. Clerk Jacob 0. Lynch.
Coroner John 11. Goman.
MUNICIPA L "TiOVKHNM BNT.
Slayor John M. Lan-dcn.
Treasurer J. II. Taylor.
Comptroller B. A. fiurnett.
Clerk Michael How ley.
Marbal Andrew Cain.
Attorney P. II. Pope.
Police Magistrate K. Hro and It. shall
ncssy. Chlel of Police L. II. Mycr.
Mayor .lohn M. Lanilen.
Fitt Ward P. O. Scliuh.
Second Ward C. H. Woodward.
Third Ward Jim. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. Staat Taylor.
Cltv-at-Largo W. P. Halllday and P.
nOAllt OK AI.DKltMK.V.
llrt AVard -.lame Hcardcn, A. II. Saf
lord, laae Walder.
Second Ward H. II. Cunningham, h. Hit
Ucr, Q. Stanccl, Janic Swayne.
Third Ward Wm. Stratum, J. U. Phllli.
Fourth Ward-.Ino. II. ltoblnon, O. II.
Scase. J. II. Metcalf.
H.S. imiOHAM, M. I).,
Homeopathic Phylcluu and Surgeon. ()!'
lice 1!W Commercial aenue. Itcldence on
Tenth treet, three doors wct ol C. H.
J)I. JJ. U. TAUKlt,
"Will resume the practice of hi profession
with especial reference to the electrlca
treatment ot dlcaei in all the new and Im
proved method of application.
In all case of female complaints a lady
Will be In attendance.
Office, 11!3 Commercial avenue, up stairs.
WILLLAM It. SMITH. M. D.
EBIUKNCK No. 21 Thirteemh street, tie.
i tweea WhsIiiiikioii nvenuoKml Wtniit nirnrt.
ice Ui Ooniiiien t d Tcnim, up Htalr.
(J. W. DUNNING, M. D.
TKSiriENOK-cornerNinth ami Walnut .
riOrtiee coinor blxth utrcot anil Ohio loree.
umce noura irom u w.iii. w in., ana v p.m
II. WAUDNKH. M. I).
nESIDENCK-Corner Nlnotientli tre.t and
. iir..l.U ..t..n AUAnita naa nnilrl linliLa I t .
nceovor Arter'iGrot'ory Htore Oltlco Houralrom
1UH, III, mil i iih -
GUKHN & OILBKHT,
COUNSELORS AT liAW,
William H. (ireeu, "
William II dllborl, V OAlltO, 11.I INOIS.
Mil F. OilLert, J
-Speci.- attention rItd to AJinitaltr tad
0III0I OHIOLIVM,B00MB 7 AND 8 OTM
CITY MATJOKAL BAKK.
GREELEY Oil GRANT ? I
DK. AKTKK'S ADDRESS TO THE
CO IX) UK D VOTKHS OF CAIRO.
From the Cairo Oaette.
To my Colored Fellow-Citizens:
Although born in a hIuvo itatu, from my
enrlluU imiiretnlons I alway held alavury
to bo roligioualy, morally and politically
wrong in violation of thu laws of Uod,
and imjuitltlablu in equity by man ; and
an inch, theru ii not u man, living or dead,
who could or now can truthfully niturt
but what I always have been thu triend of
the slave, and advocated hit emancipation.
And now, that you havu gained your free
dom, 1 feel it u duty, moru fromnympalhy
than hopes of convincing you, to offer a
few remarks on thu preterit political cri
ts for your earnest roniideration.
You aru told Hint this Union Liberal
ism it a Democratic movement, and if it
is iucconilul your liberty will bo. endang
ered. Now let ui, for a moment, examine
tho probability of such an event.
Kvury one who has read the amend
menu to our conititution, and Ii not
blinded by iirejudicu or is not a "sapliead,''
knows that if both houses of congreas utid
the legislatures of a majority of all thu
states were under thu control of tho rebel
slaveholders, that, even then, such a pur
pose could not bo effected. Hut, if thero
could be cause for Mich fean, let ui exam
ine the suurco from which it could be ex
pected. First, let us ice who compoio tho Lib
eral party. I was an active Democrat
forty years ; but with thousands of others
left 'that party on account of its corrup
tion und formed the nucleus of tho ItopuL
lican party, with thu II nil roKilvo that
should the last named party become
equally corrupt, to leave no fair mean
untried to effect its overthrow. This cri
sis having arrived tho onco great Re
publican party having become corrupted
beyond any precedent amongst civilized
mankind controlled by a ring of thieves
and plunderers unparalleled in modern
history to rdeem our pledgo and save
our country and constitution, wo havo
formally and solemnity indicted these
thieves und plunderers; and, our cauu
being just, shall prosecute them to tho
high court of fate, by every honorable
means in our power.
It is true that, a in tho formation of the
Republican pnrty, a largo portion of the
Liberal party is madu up of Democrats
who, having" become disgusted with tho
"dead issues" of their old proilavery-liour-bonic
leaders, and the appalling corrup
tion of tho present administration, have
come to the rescue, and are now support
ing the cause of the people, freedom, ju
tlco and our common country. Hut in
this new party are alio the leaders, thu
originators, the brains and sinews of tho
Republican party; the men who flrst and
always advocated your emancipation
Horace Greeley, who spent more than
half of bis life-time tn advocating your
liberty ; Charlei Sumner, Lyman Trum
bull, Carl Sohurz, Gov. Palmer, Gustave
Koerncr men to whom you are more in
debted for your freedom than to all
others these men with thousands of other
prominent men of tho country, aro now
with us, and comtituto the Liberal party.
Wbilo this is true, tho old cx-hlave-holders
who claim to be tho Ixino and
sinew of tho old Democratic party, and
who still persist that tho time will yet
come when they will call tho roll of their
slave at tho foot of Hunker hill monu
ment these mon are now the persistent
supporters of Grant.
Where, to-day, do you find Stephen?,
Toombs, Wise, (illmore, Pillow, Mosby,
and Forrest tho negro butcherer of Fort
Pillow memory ? Kvery one of them is
an ardent supporter of Ulysses S. Grant.
Why was it that Senator Morton and
Simon Cameron spent half u million of dol
lars to get up the lato ux-confedcrate
slaveholders, Hourbon-Democralic con
vention at Louisville, if not in the interest
of tho Ulysses Grant-Morton-"Honest"-Johnny-Logan
ring tho latter of
wnom raiscu n company oi men
in an adjoining county and sent
them into the Confederate army, and in
troduced an amendment to the Federal
constitution to prevent congress from
passing an act to prohibit or abolish
slavery lor wnicn amenumeni ne voteu
with McPherson, Morgan, Colfax, Harlan
Muvimril. Windham and Antbon v all
zealous Grant men; whilst Ashley, f'nrns-
worth, Fenton, oeugwlck, lappan, llleK
man, Grow, Doolittle, Sumner and Trum
bull, all now Liberals, voted it down I
And whoso head is so thick that ho cannot
see that if successful these demagogues
and old political o.x-slaveholding traitors,
do not expect their reward, and aro smart
enough to secure It? Yot these mon tiro
tho mon you are supporting against your
Hut, to come nearer homo. During tho
war Cairo was ono of the most prominent
points of refugo for the Southern slave,
and, although the town was largely Demo
cratic, 1 ask you, how wero you received?
l,et me answer, anu it wrong, let mo ne
corrected : "With tho exception of a few
boisterous out-laws, not a colored man or
woman who behaved themselves, but what
was treated with thu kindest care and
consideration, except some three hundred
poor, uall-mikca anu imit-stiirveu slaves
men, "omen and children who, having
mado their escape from the Sou'h and tho
shivc-hodler's lush, wero not allowed to bo
landed by Ulysses S. Grant, who was then
commander of the post, but sent back by
him Into the slave states, wnere, it tneir
mastorsdid not re-capturo them and give
thorn live hundred lashes a piece, it was
certainly not the fault of Gen. Grant.
From wnom uo you gain tuo means oi
living? From tho Radical-Grant ring, or
from tho Liberals ? Who aro your Grant
bummers, and what proportion of employ
ment havo you received from thorn? How
much money hnvo you received from thorn,
outsldo of a few of your lenders, who have
been paid to lead you by your nosos dur
ing oloction? How many Radical Grant
men in your city would give a Greoloy
black man (if such a black man could bo
found) employment, unlets thoy intended
to pay him in old hats and boots?
On tho othor hand, whero is tho Llboral
Democrat or Llboral Republican that ovor
mado anv distinction on account of your
politic or religion? If there aro any
such, lot thorn bo roportcd and I pledgo
mysolf that their names shall bo stricken
from tho roll.
I nm told that it Is not worth wlillo to
talk to you ; that your skulls are so thick
that you cannot bo roasnned with. Well,
this may or may not bo true; and al
though satisfied that there is n good doal
of "truo" in it; but in thero Is not a col
ored man in or out of Cairo who will say
that I ever lied to, or deceived him, I inav
be believed when I say that It Is more
from what 1 consider a duty, than from a
hopo of convincing you, that I now ad",
In conclusion let me advise you to novcr
go to tho polls until you havo fully mado
up your mind, from an honest exerciio of
your own Judg'mcnt why and how you aro
going to vote ; nnd liko men, without fear
or favor, allow no man, whlto or black, to
Interforo with yon, or chcatyou out of your
ballot. "With duo respect, otc,
MR 8. MoGKK,
On KljitilhHtrpit,btween Commercial and Wali
iiKtou Aeuue, Is daily recelrlnf
NKW MILLINERY GOODS
LATKST FALL ANIl WINTER HTVLXS.
Utsine lull line ot
BONKETB Ac HATS
ITntnniRd anil untrimmed,)
HHEN'CJ KLOWEUS. nWBO.VB, TKlMMINO'j
of all kfo'l. Lace, tic., eta.
Mr. Mcrie ha olio a liiye mortnient o
Knncy Article, such a
NKCK Tl.SJ. COM.AM. UNDKRSLEEVE3,
KUKKH, HASIIK3, KANS,
And alt other article utually lounl In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STOR
Mr. McOee. In addition to her Moek of
Faiiey and Millinery Good, ha-a til cone and
eomplete nortiiient of Cincinnati CiMnni
Made Ladles' and MI-h-V Shoe and Children-'
Hoots, Hlaek and In Color-. These
arc acknowledged to be the tiiie-t and best
.-Iiiich in tins market, and thin U the only
place In the i lly that makes them a specialty.
MRS. M. SWANDKK,
has opened out an extensive Mock of
All ot which are entirely new and of the verr
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
TIIK STOCK COMI'ItlSBs
HATS, HONNETS RIBBONS,
Ami an elenant a-sortmeni ui
LACEf, 7K1.V0FJ, KID OLoVKS, UOStEKV
D'I all article usually kept in t rlrit-clui mil
Mr. Nuan'kr InTitea the public tocallanil 'a
pe;t ier stock, whieh she will take pleasure !l
howlntf to ulil m well an new ou-toircrs.
D I i LIS IX
Onia Liv3k Caibo, III.
nareai eaoxeriT mire
HKAI. KNTATK AUKM'l .
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (hecond floor) oiiio levek,
Buy and Ssll Real Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
Ami prepare CnnTejranren of Kiivlr!
FOR LADIES, MEN AND CHILDREN,
Eighth St., Ht. Com. a AVahh.,
lla jmt opened a new and stylish cstab
llslimeiit, fully up to the times, and Invites
old customer and new, ladle, children and
all, to favor him with their patronage.
E3TAII work done In tho Latest Style.
WUUUI WOOD I I WUUDI1
The undermdne.l will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aa Clienp, II not t'lienpcr
had any wood dealer In Cairo. Leave order
on the slate at tho l'ostolllco and at Ho
coal yard, on Commercial avenue, between
Tenth and twelfth streets, Cairo. Illinois. I
give good measure and will cord the wood
up If desired.
ali(10-tr DENNIS HALEY.
Our Home Advertisers.
JENNY LIND TABLES
Suitable for ill klmli ol
II AltRY WALKER & CO., 1'rop'rs.
This house is newly tilted up with two
And two tine
The saloon is toeked with the HeU
arc compounded in the mo-t approved style
SSTCome aud see loryourseir. They keep
on hand a tine stock of
COLD WEISS BEER,
SCHWEITZER CHEESE AND I10L
LAND 11 EK KING.
arc prcad moi-ning nd cvciiini; at 10
o'clock, at which all arc Invited to nartie-
imieireeni cin:e. b-l i
mu cttLta in
Eiqiitii Street, Hktween Washinoto
Adjotnlnc UI'leiitiouNe huc! llanuy'si.
Keep the hest or Deet, fork, Mutton Veal.
Lmb, Sausage, etc., mt are prepared lo rtrre
attiiens In the most acceiiuiilu maunr.
JAMES KVN ASTON,
Ijutciieh ami Dkaleii in all Kiki n
COKNKn NlNKTEXTH ANI Pol'LAlt ST..
Huy and slaughter only the best ca'tlc
hogs and sheep, and Is prepared to till an)
demand for fresh meats from one pound to
ten thoueand pounds.
Our Home Advertisers.
BTLLIAUI) SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOHN OATKM, Proprietor.
tuo Commercial Aieuue, CAIRO, IL1.INOI
Hesl brand of Califi acinar u receltv!,
HILLIAHD saloon furnished with the best
of table : and bar supplied with wine, liquors
and cigars of thenet brund".
LIME I CEMENT 1
OAl'E GIRARDEAU AND ILLIJSO.
Comuioroial-av., Foot of Eleventh-st.
Rest quality of Lima and Cement al
ways on band, and for salo nt tho
vorv lcost fJguros for cash.
ON EASY TERMS I
A valuable iiirm within seven mile ol
Metropolis, on the Jonesboro Hoad, consist
ing of -JOO acres with 1H) ucrcs cleared ami
other Improvement, now owned and form
erly oeeiinlcd. bv J. T. Itemiio.
TEHMS. Onclourtli down balnnco in
one, two and three year" notes secured by
mortgage, with six per cent. Interest.
N. It. Tho timber is good and has never
been culled and no timber will bo permitted
to bo cut or used, uxeent what is necessary
lor the wear smdtcar oi the place, until alio,
the second piiyment has been made,
For Information apply to
J, T. HENNIE
tt-S-tf Cairo, 111.
SALOON ANU READING ROOMS
C CominhdAv?J WINTEIW HLOCK,
PARKER & MONTAGUE
JQTThe best brands of Cigars, choice
WTneH, I.lquor. etc.. alway on hand tl
HENRY II. MEYER,
DECORATIVE. SION and ORNAMENTAL
GRAINING AND MARBLING
ol every Description.
DECORATING AND GILDING
In every style, plain and ornamental.
Particular attention paid to Olass (lltdlno
Orders solicited for .Scenery, Frcscoo anO
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS
(J lit, Plain and ornamental, All wmk I .
tntsteit to my care will bo promptly at.
tended to. Shop in l'errv House, comer I
Commercial avenue and KlxUth street,
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13J TENTH BTREET,
Doors, Nsusli, Itllsidm Moaldlsisit,
EaveUuticra, (wood) Window! Uoor
rrsuaea, Flsxtrlsssx, EUs,
NIslBgloa, UIBd Haul Is, Ulstaed Hide
LiffhU, U I it seel Triuiaoiiia,
finals Weights, Nftab PnlllM ssssd Oorda
Blind FiuU-nlnsr, KooBisk '
Fall, KooHuk Omenl, Plaatcrlusj
I'npcr, Coriet !, Wblte
sd, IJaiMd Oil, American Window
ttlssasi, EnsjllNls nudFrrssch
Flnt auui, l'ully, U'nsiler'a Pointst
hewer Flpa Fit lent Cblsnsaeya,
Etc., Etc., Kte.
AGENTS lor Hock Klel Paper Cuinpany'
Hheathinz Felt anl Quarts Cemtint
II. W John's I pro Ted Koofinit alwaj on
Our Homo Advertisers.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.,
Manufacturers of and Dealers In
POPLAR, ASH, CYPRESS
OAK AND AVALNUT
Having the sole riirhttn this city to use the
PULTON DRY KILN,
the bet Patent Kiln extant, we are espe
cially prepared to fiimUh at all times, on
the shortest notice,
TIIOHOUOIILY SKASONED LUMHKIt.
Attention Ii called to our stock of
Lumber delivered to anv part ol the city
Orders received at the odice ol
SAFFOHD, MOUUIS CANDKE,
at that of the company, corner of ath
Irretantl Ohio levee U(ri'l3m.
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
o wrery UeKcrlpllen,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTSj
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
Kurolshed on shortest notice.
Cotnmcrcial-av, bet. 10th aud 1 lth-sts.,
WAG c MAN UFACTOR Y.
For Sale at Wholesale c Retail
COUNEIl 32U-8TREET AND OIIIO LEVEk
n.,Tllll a. UAMni.lC
NEW LIVERY STABLE
II ET WE EN WABU'.V AVENUE ANU WALNUT
Dr. It. K. Klclils Informs tne public that be hn
L I V K R V S T A li L E,
en the northwest side of Tenth strert as name
His S)tnbles will be furnished with none but the
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
ami the public mav be accommodated at all
hours of tho day and night with safe teams
on tho lowest tenii".
Dr. Fields asks a share nfpuhllc patronage
and will endeavor to merit It by fair dealing
and strict attention to business.
Corner Twcnty-sceond street und Ohio
SUPERIOR STEAM DRIED CORN
Always on hand, and at the lowest market
price. Also ugood urtlclo of
Vcrv cheat). Loave orders at IIALL1DAY
UHOTHKUS, or apply at the i.dll.
No. 101 Commercial Avenue,
lloth Fiiencii and Scotch cassimkiikS,
all colors. Hkaveiis and Uuoad-ci.oiiI
constantly on hand, and allijoodH wnrranleu
In all Its bruuehes also carried ou
72. FALL AN I) WINTER '73.
C. HAN NY.
S T R I V E S,
KENTUCKY JKANH, FXTBA,
laik;e STOCK OF Ca11KV.TING
01 LT HANDS,
Ula Ratlro Ntoelt
VERY LOW FIGURES.
cobnerBtii bt. and COMMBECIAL-AV.,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAUOEaT VARIETY STOCK IN THE CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner or Nineteenth atreatnuil Com
wii olkmaijE cuticr.ua.
11 . "m7 Yf UL E N,
GROCER and CONFECTION
AdiI Dealer iu Foreign FruitH Si Nuts,
No. 134 Commercial-avo.,
And Dealer In
VEGETA11LKS. FRUITS, EOCS, LARD
FRESH UU'lTER, ETC.
7 All Goods warranted fresh, and sold
at the lowest prices.
Corner 9th St. andCommerclalAve.
OKOCERIES RETAILED AT WHOLESALE
l'KICKS t'OR CASH.
AT II. C. TIUELEOKE'S STORE.
VVA8IIINOTON AVENUE, IIETWEEN TENTH
AND ELEVENTH 81HKKTS.
BOlbi. dry Cubii Sugar for - - - $5 0
OJ 'I 'i ! ... 1 00
UJ lbs. A cotreo Sugar, N. Y. Std. - 1 00
4 " Prime Rio Colleo for - - 1 00
3J " Choico " " - - 1 00
3 " Old Govornmont Java - - 1 OC
Toas and othor staple and fancy Groce
ries equally as cheap.
Goods new and full woight given. Call
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
109 Hllesi tho (shortest! Rssssle
right? Miles the BhoHeat Hosste
TO ST. LOUIS
NO CHANGE OF CARS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
OM CAIRO TO
Cincinnati, ik tlanapolls, ToUdo,
Detroit, Cletelnnil, Nlasatra Falla,
llilHaln, 1'ittsl.uist, WaahlaatiB.
Ualllmnre, Philadelphia, New Tors.
Boston and all points ea.t.
Itilwaukle, Janettllle, Madison,
LaCrome, Ht. fall I and all points north
i his Is alo the only direct rout to
Deeatur, Ulnomlngtoo, HprinEeld,
Pioria, Uulncr, Kaokuk,
llurlintdnn, Kock Island, La Ball.
Menilota, Iilion, Preeport,
(islena, Dubuque, hious Clljr,
Omaha and all points northwest.
Elegant Drawing Room Sleeping Ca
On all Night Trains.
Bs(k Checked in all Important points.
For tickets and information, appW tn I. C, R.K
depot t airoj on board tne transit steamer t
tweeu Coluinlii-s and Cairo, and at tne prlnclpi
rallrna I ticket offices Ihroughout the south.
W. I. JOIIN-ON. Qen'l Pass. Aft, Chk.a.o.
A. MiiciiitL, Gen'l bup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. K.
On and after Monday, April 24th, 1972
trains will run as follows :
Tils nniMO socTntttT.
Leare Viralnla 0.40 a. m ..l;llp.m.
MprinttllHd :0 " 3:00
,' TvlorYille til 6 ' S. e '
Arrive at Paoa.. ll.ttt " ,17 "
isaix.1 U'jua .losinwn.t.
Leave Pana 4.i a. m J 3A a. in.
" Tatloriille 4.40 4. "
Arrive utt)prrK(leld...Q.lV " S.00 "
Leave iiprmifield. .R " e 10 "
Arrive at Vligmta S.5 ' S.U
TaaiM soisa nirinnT,
I.Te K.IkwooiI 5.30 a. m. ..!0.10p, to
" Flora 8,4 ' .11.40 '
Arrive ai Shawneot'n ,3i " t li
t'OR SALE, ) Fr gal f FOR SALE,
' I For Hale 1
"OR SALE, Fof
Hale liTUlt HAtiB..
Fare from LiVEBrooL,
Fare from Londcnderrt
Faro from Glahoow,
Faro from Queenbtown
TO CAIRO, $4 8- 20
f rrrrl. 'orn. A Ca . irrnia.
Liverpool New.Toik atld Philadelphia
I'SOia 0OXTB1CT WITB CXITin STATU D BSITISS
For Carrjmn the Mails.
for passaTTe tickets
ob rvaruia iiroasuTtosi
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aqt.
W llrnadway; New. York, r to
II. II o it p t ,
Washington Avenue. Cairo, nm. i
Successor to U.S. Harrcll.
GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHING
Thornton' Uloek 10th street bet. C'ouimor
clal and Washington Avtuues,
TO THE PTJBEIO.
Anticipating a decline in prices of
ol nil kind' and desirous that our cus
tomers should know we are determined
to carryout our promises of cheap printing
we feel it our duty to make a
REDUCTION IN FORMER PRICES
he licvuu: that a steady Increase of buslnesa
will be an ciiutvnlent.
With our long experience In buslnesa and
together with our advantage in the
purchase und selection of stock, our
customer may rest aisurcd we will try
tn merit a continuance ot their very liberal
patronage. We Invite your attention to the
following revised list of
PRICES FOR JOB WORK.
ou good 14 lb paper, neatly executed ac
cording to size peril $4 AOtoG SO. For other
qualities add the difference in the cost of the
on 14 lb paper, Flat Cup or same iptality of
Folio Post, perM (4 OUtoU 00; per oite-half
M '.! 50 to a 60.
lull sheet, half sheet, quarter sheet, elsrbtli
sheet and sixteenth sheet at from $3 00 to
20 00 per il.
Jlv a careful examination ol the above list
our patrons will tlud that our
tier M OOtoT 00. necoidiiur to sUe and
quality of paper; pcruncdialfM $3 00to4 00.
on ordinary sUo per M $4 0itor 50. accord
ing to stylu und quality. Commercial per M
H Mtoo M.
per M. according to size and weight, OOto
iu l.Ilr VI .......,-.1 . '.I. ....
I ini , J'll UllU-llilll .It, MCIUIUI1JK w aic auu
weight, ?3 00to4 00.
per 31 U OOtol 00, uccordlug to order.
u rnlshed retail at wholesale prices. Charge
or priming, $1 oOto'J 60 per M.
PEICES JieS LOWER
than those ol any establishment ot the kind
in tit. Louts, Cincinnati or Chicago,
ltlislucss men will tind tho BULLETIN Uie
best advertising medium In Southern Illi
nois. OTJIEtV -WEEKLY
(sheet '.'(1x40, 8 columns) Is furnished to tttb
fcrlbers at the low rate of
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR
and now has n larger subscription list lu
Southern Illinois, Missouri and Kentucky
than any paper over belore published lu
Cairo, c'lX new alubs are romliu; lu avetry
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
uuui uniu Mf
w i stw.a
uviaiiHi. stow I nrut
HAT ita.-. : i i I.
" w mmm nDiinu. aula I
riai saw hst iujL tn I
poT"?"''. a4 ndraUtlil
'.itr in nf nrnviatnaa Iiao .Iil
' ir in of proviiioBi. how to
4dm go farthest at d lati loMMt. if
she appreciates the inporiMMt) of sys
tern, order, tidiness end the,.vtHiM